As I age it seems like I'm looking more for comfort of carry than lethality and firepower, which means going smaller and smaller. I've gone so small now that my main EDC is a Sig P365 and I'm liking my Ruger LCPII more and more but I just don't seem to do pocket carry unless the grandsons are visiting. Fortunately, I picked up a Gen 2 Model 23 from a LEO friend who carried it for about 20 years and I replaced some springs (per GT advice) to make it my home defense gun and occasional early-morning walk gun. But, I keep thinking about those CC-ers who seem to like the G42 loaded to the gills with something like Underwood Extreme Penetrators in +P mode. While I consider the G42 to be a bit large for pocket carry, I think it WOULD be a pistol that would disappear IWB and everything I've read here on GT seems to indicate it's a comfort to shoot and very accurate. How many here have made the trip towards a diminishing EDC (in size AND caliber) and arrived at the G42 as the ideal compromise and primary carry gun?